Reinier De Jong, the architect and industrial designer who is always developing innovative and functional designs, has shared us his latest design “Stip Table”.
The STIP table (‘stip’ means dot in dutch) is a friendly and modest dining table. It has ash wood legs made from handrails. They are placed under an angle and pierce right through the plywood table top making the end grain of the wood visible on the surface.
A thinner bar connects the legs and make sure the top is secured. The plywood top is finished with white HPL, a very hard and durable surface material. With dimensions of 180 x 90 x 75 cm, STIP table is compact and ideal for three and four person households.
Two additional chairs can be placed at either end of the table when guests join for dinner.
Images: Peter Van Dijk